Sketch of a pharoh, Egypt 1295–1069 BCE. Object shows how the preliminary outline was done in red pigment, then corrected, and finished in black. These sketches were the work of two craftsmen, a draftsman and a master artist.[2118×3000]

Sketch of a pharoh, Egypt 1295–1069 BCE. Object shows how the preliminary outline was done in red pigment, then corrected, and finished in black. These sketches were the work of two craftsmen, a draftsman and a master artist.[2118×3000]

Pen, brush in black on chalk sketch Study for the Family Portrait of Thomas More, c. 1527 by the artist Hans Holbein. Though the painting was finished it was lost in a fire and only the artist sketches survive. (2659×1878)

Pen, brush in black on chalk sketch Study for the Family Portrait of Thomas More, c. 1527 by the artist Hans Holbein. Though the painting was finished it was lost in a fire and only the artist sketches survive. (2659×1878)

My great Aunt Judy (78 yrs old) has been taking art classes at her local senior center for the past nine years. She’s incredibly talented, and has no prior art experience. She can’t sketch, all her paintings are free hand. She can just paint simply from a picture or from her head!

My great Aunt Judy (78 yrs old) has been taking art classes at her local senior center for the past nine years. She’s incredibly talented, and has no prior art experience. She can’t sketch, all her paintings are free hand.… Continue Reading